On Mon, Jun 25, 2007 at 01:31:52PM -0400, Tom Lane wrote:
> Why is that better than the initdb-time option we already have?
> Locking down options earlier rather than later is usually not a win.

Like I said, I don't actually think it _is_ better.  But it would
solve the problem that some people think it's a bad thing that you
run superuser-type commands without reading the manual, and then get
a badly-secured system.  (The idea here, incidentally, is not to
replace the initdb-time option, but to set the default of the initdb


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